No I Am Really

I never thought that I would be teaching anyone let alone 1000’s of people to crochet. It began with one video and 3 years there are over 400 later .. I even shock myself after I look at the stats of my videos. Who have thought that more than 27 ever, 000 people would caution or want to hear what I have to say ever.

I am so blessed to have such a dedicated fan base. No, I am, it is a fantasy to teach what I really like (very addicted to) to any one that will listen. I’ve made a decision to have advertising on my blog, YouTube channel, and I am thinking about my Facebook page. I have all my videos and written patterns free for your pleasure. THEREFORE I wish you realize why I have to have advertising on my various webpages, I really do love what I really do and like to connect with everyone.

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  • Acquiring & Retaining Followers
  • Flowchart Process Diagrams
  • Blog section with Social media marketing share buttons
  • To discuss business/to network
  • FLTK 1.1.x
  • Exit USB drive from accessible computer
  • 6 Technical skills

By default, our theme has own login/register popup which is very helpful for users, because it’s fast way to login. This login popup has the option to register, but I strongly suggest to enable redirect to your woocommerce register page to avoid different incompatibilities with seller plugins. Because of this, Go to theme option – User option – Add custom register hyperlink and add there connect to to your sign up page that you copied in the prior step.

After all configurations, when the consumer is not logged in – he can easily see the login button, when he logged in – he can easily see dropdown. By default, it’ll show logout link, store setting hyperlink, account page hyperlink, but you can truly add your custom set of links in the dropdown menu. For this, create a new menu to look at – Menus and add it to the User Logged In Menu Menu location (bottom of the menu page).

All links from this menu will be put into the dropdown. For best consumer experience on your shop, I recommend using our special Shop header Layout. You can choose it in a theme option – header and menu – header style and choose Shop/Comparison header. In this field you can also use conditional shortcodes and show different information and links for guests and vendors. You can also allow wishlist and comparison icons in the header.

Check our records about the wishlist and dynamic comparison. All merchant plugins except WC Vendor Free plugin has internal frontend forms. Use this step only for WC Vendor free plugin. So, to make own frontend forms which are based on our RH Frontend plugin (bundled with themes) or any other frontend form plugin, do, next steps.

Plugins tab and discover link to download RH Frontend PRO plugin. After setup of the plugin – create a form for product-post type. Plugin supports the majority of useful fields by default. You can configure and disable them in form configurations. Now, save your submit form and copy shortcode of form in the top of web page. You will find two short codes. One for submit form second is for Edit Form pages (where the user can see all published products and edit them). Copy both shortcodes, create two pages, and put in shortcodes there. What if you would like to limit adding products for non-vendors (this is useful if you have several functions on your site). First shortcode will check if the user is vendor.

Second shortcode will check if user is logged in, but he could be not seller yet (for example, you still didn’t approve him). And, if yes – he’ll see a hyperlink on supplier dashboard where he can ask for supplier position. Third shortcode content will be displayed limited to non-logged in users, and they’ll see the link on login/register page.

Go to Theme Option – shop settings – Vendor configurations and add links to send and edit web pages that you created in an earlier step. They could be found by you in theme option – Shop option. You can transform their design for a single page, design of category loop plus some other settings.